Terrygowan is positioned amongst the beautiful Aberdeenshire countryside with a southerly aspect and open views across the surrounding countryside. Originally a traditional small cottage dating back to the late 1800s, the property was sympathetically redesigned and extended to create the …
Terrygowan is positioned amongst the beautiful Aberdeenshire countryside with a southerly aspect and open views across the surrounding countryside. Originally a traditional small cottage dating back to the late 1800’s, the property was sympathetically redesigned and extended to create the exceptional family home you see today. The superior specification and attention to detail in the design is very evident throughout the home and much thought has gone into creating a spacious, versatile and well-designed house to maximise is south facing position and to retain the charm and character. The accommodation comprises a reception entrance hall, the sitting room has an open fire, two large windows overlooking the garden and is on semi-open plan with the formal dining room. Continue through there is the bright family kitchen with good working, storage and dining space. This room is particular bright, with 3 windows, and there is a separate useful utility room. Family room / TV room and the master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom. Furthermore, on the ground floor there is three further double bedrooms and the main family bathroom with bath and separate shower. Continuing upstairs there is a generous landing with large window and this leads to two spacious double bedrooms and a shower room. Accessed from bedroom 6 is a versatile dressing room / home office. Sat in around 0.60 of an acre, the extensive garden grounds are bound by the Douglas Burn to the south and has vast grass lawn and flowers beds flanking the paths. The large parking area is to the rear and leads to the 38ft detached garage/workshop.
Rarely does an opportunity arise to purchase such a charming and special home like Terrygowan, a property which certainly needs to be seen to be fully appreciated.
Ground Floor: Entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, TV room/family room, kitchen/dining room and utility room. Master bedroom with ensuite bathroom, bedroom 2, bedroom 3, bedroom 4 & main family bathroom.
First Floor: Bedroom 5, bedroom 6, shower room and dressing room / home office.
Extending to around 0.60 of an acre, the garden grounds at Terrygowan offers a superb amount of outdoor space. Bound by the Douglas Burn to the south and a traditional stone dyke wall to the east, the garden is mainly laid to lawn with perfectly placed circular patios and trees shelter to the North side. An incredible space for children and families to enjoy, the garden has been well thought through and designed with manicured hedges and bushes, flower beds lining the pathways and steps leading down to the burn.
The detached stone built garage, with pitch slate roof, extends in length to around 38ft and to around 60sqm over all. Arched double doors provide vehicle access and there are two windows and pedestrian door to the garden. The garage has a separate oil central heating system to the house and has light & electricity. The ground floor is garage/workshop space and upstairs there is storage facilities. A timber shed is behind the garage and there is a boiler room & store room.
SERVICES, COUNCIL TAX AND ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE(S)
Drainage Septic Tank
Heating Oil CH
Council Tax Band G
EPC Band F
Terrygowan is position between Sauchen and Ordhead, approximately 18 miles from Aberdeen city centre and is linked to Aberdeen by a good commuter road, which provides access to Westhill, in around 15 minutes by car, Aberdeen city and across to Dyce and the Bridge of Don. There is a primary school at nearby Cluny with secondary education catered for at Alford Academy. There are local amenities situated at Alford, Inverurie and Westhill which provide shopping, recreational and leisure facilities and there is also a good bus service. The location also offers plenty outdoor pursuits including walking, cycling, mountain biking and fishing with easy access to Bennachie, Pitfichie and the Don Valley. Cluny provides families with a great opportunity to live in a quiet, peaceful rural community, yet within very easy reach of larger towns and the city centre. The perfect balance for family life.